Faculty Resources

This page is designed to give you quick, easy access to a variety of resources and information sources across the College and University. Have suggestions for additional links? Email us.

Calendars
CAP Documents
College Reference Guide
Computing, Document Support
Forms and Policies – Faculty Administration
Forms and Policies – Procurement, Requisitions, Reimbursements, Etc.
Lists of Note
Research Support, News
Space Requests
Special Programs
Teaching Resources
University Resources
Women in Arts and Letters

Calendars

Submit an event to the Arts and Letters calendar

CAP Documents (restricted access)

  • Find the latest CAP documents through the Office of the Provost.

College Reference Guide

Computing, Document Support

Forms, Policies – Faculty Administration

  • Form P (.pdf)
    Note: You must copy this two-page form onto a one-page, two-sided document before submitting.

Forms, Policies – Procurement, Requisitions, Reimbursements

Note: Additional forms can be found on the Controller’s website.

Lists of Note

Research Support, News

Space Requests

Special Programs

Teaching Resources

University Resources

Women in Arts and Letters


Key Contacts


Faculty Teaching Grants

Interested in getting funds to support cultural excursions and academic experiences that enhance teaching and student learning beyond the classroom? Check out the Teaching Beyond the Classroom Guidelines, the TBC Small Grant Application and the Teaching Beyond the Classroom Mid-Size & Major Grant Application

Want to share a meal with your students? Check out the Table Talk Form and Table Talk Reimbursement Step-by-Step Instructions. Faculty needing meal tickets to share a meal at one of Notre Dame’s dining halls can pick up the tickets from Brenda Teshka in the Office for Undergraduate Studies at 104 O’Shaughnessy.

Arts and Letters News

  • How Studying Philosophy Guides Alumna’s Work as a Hollywood Film Director

    Anne Hamilton

    Anne Hamilton ’04 didn’t always know she wanted to be a filmmaker. She majored in philosophy in the College of Arts and Letters, but plans change, and now Hamilton is one of Hollywood’s up-and-coming directors. She recently signed with William Morris Endeavor after the successful world premiere of American Fable, a feature film she wrote, directed, and co-produced. The film made its debut at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, in March and received a string of excellent reviews. Read More >

  • Nature and Nurture Are Both Important, Anthropologist Argues in New Journal Article

    Agustín Fuentes

    Evolutionary science stresses the contributions biology makes to our behavior. Some anthropologists try to understand how societies and histories construct our identities, and others ask about how genes and the environment do the same thing. Which is the better approach? Both are needed, Notre Dame biological anthropologist Agustín Fuentes argues in a forthcoming paper in the journal Current Anthropology. Read More >

  • Notre Dame, Holy Cross Lead Transformational Liberal Arts Education Program at Indiana Prison

    WEI

    Driven by a commitment to Catholic social teaching and a strong belief that a liberal arts education can transform lives, Notre Dame and Holy Cross College faculty are teaching college-level courses for inmates at Indiana’s Westville Correction Facility. Since 2013, nearly 100 inmates have earned college credit and 11 have earned associate degrees as of this month. But developing a strong foundation in reading, writing, research, public speaking, and critical thinking offers benefits that go far beyond the professional opportunities a degree might one day provide. Read More >

  • Arts and Letters Seniors Win 24 National and International Fellowships and Scholarships

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    Twenty-four members of the Class of 2016 who study in the College of Arts and Letters have won major national and international fellowships and scholarships, from prestigious institutions such as the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program and the National Science Foundation. Read More >